Development And Growth Of The Global Agricultural Biotechnology Industry

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IV. Market Segmentation
The global as the market was assessed at 16 billion US dollars in the year 2013, and it is forecast to of worthy of amassing 29.3 billion US dollars by the end of the year 2020 growing at a CAGR rate of 9.5% during the predicted period from the year 2013 to 2020.
The global as the market has been separated into transgenic crops, tools, and synthetic biology-enabled items based upon its functions and uses Demand for food manufacture has grown owing to large population resulting in the requirement of more food to fulfill the food needs of the world's people. This is a critical factor contributing towards the market growth.
A Large proportion of ongoing research & development in this field of as is done in the areas
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The continent of Europe is responsible for the significant amount of utilization or large scale intake of the genetically modified crops for animal's food which it brings in from countries like USA and Brazil located on the American continent. But due to the strict government rules and rejection of genetically modified crops by the consumers, this region is not graded high among the producers of the genetically transformed plants. So the continent of Europe does not make any significant direct contribution or add to the increment in growth elevation and expansion of as a market (“Global Agricultural Biotechnology Market Size, Segmentation, Opportunities, Trends, Growth, and Industry Forecast To 2020”).
V. Alternative Marketing Strategies
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